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    A friend brought me some fresh oysters by Friday-havenít had truly fresh oysters in a long time. I had some Friday night and some tonight. Have a few left and was thinking about possibly cooking the rest someway tomorrow, what do you guys recommend. I see steamed, grilled, etc. recipes and wonder what you guys think is best. If nothing sounds good Iíll have the rest tomorrow, raw. Hard to beat that with a good cold beer.

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    I myself prefer raw but sometimes when i want something different i like to make oysters Rockefeller.

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    Or you can just sprinkle some chips on em.

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    I like to make the shooters with horseradish, Texas Pete and lemon juice. I too will sometimes chase them with a ruffled lay
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    Oyster stew ain't bad either.
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    Raw oyster sammich with ketchup and ruffles.
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    Oyster pie.

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    https://www.thespruceeats.com/offici...recipe-1135643
    We really enjoyed charbroiled oysters during our last trip to Louisiana.
    Note that this recipe does say it can be served with chips.

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    I’m sure most of this crowd can make Oyster stew. If not, your scenario is perfect for a quick stew. Shuck them into a pot, (this next part is critical) trying to save as much of the liquor as possible. Add whole milk, salt, pepper and butter to taste. Maybe add a pinch of tony’s or old bay depending on preference. Simmer just enough to firm up the oysters and crush up a handful of ritz crackers. Make sure not to overcook the oysters. Stir that in and enjoy some finest eating you can get on a cold winter day.

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    Horseradish cheese on the half shell, fried oyster po boys, seafood chowder, oyster pie, I could go on.

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    Where are said oysters from. Singles I'm assuming?
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    Oyster pie good. Nitros oysters great. Those 2 are my favorite, but a steamed local oyster has its place up there too.

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    Looks excellent. I wound up following EveryDays suggestion and made an oyster stew. It was great, but doesn’t look as good as these.

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    Lightly steamed. Beer.

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    Those Oysters were from TX during my trip over there. We had two quarts. The batch I fried were dusted in Adluh breader that I brought with me.

    IIRC, they were from Fabian Oysters . We ate the first quart of em raw on day one, Made a Seafood Gumbo with local Skrimps, Crabs and some Redfish one guy caught and added to the pot. Day two we made Rockefeller and on day 3 I fried the balance. Damn they were good.
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    Last edited by ecu1984; 01-21-2021 at 10:05 AM.
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    Very nice, gentlemen...

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